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PRESS GANG.

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SUPERVISION.

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BUILDING A CHARACTER.

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GFE.

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WHEN THE COLD WIND BLOWS.

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AN ACTRESS PREPARES.

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FAGHAG.

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ONE METRE SQUARE: VOICES FROM SUNGEI ROAD.

Probing Singapore, One Play At A Time

The Singapore Theatre Festival returns with another strong line-up of plays exploring racism, the media, foreign workers and other pertinent issues
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AS A THEATRE COMPANY, W!ld Rice has never shied away from staging polemical plays that may split audiences. Whether tackling opposition politics (Public Enemy), the elections (Cooling-Off Day), the impact of language policies (Grandmother Tongue) or queer issues (Asian Boys trilogy), the company

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